scheduled task job (access denied)

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pedro28@gmail.com

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windows server 2003 r2 sp2

I created a domain acocunt called domain\username and added that
account to the "log on as batch" and "log on as service" and "backup
files and directories" in local security policy.

When the job runs the log shows access denied. To clarify I set the
job to run with the account I created and with the correct password
which I also validated.

I notice the job will only run if I add the above account to the
adminsitrator group and I do not want to do that.

What other priviliges are needed for a scheduled task job to run
without adding it to the administrator group?

Any help is grealty appreciated thank you.
 
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KayZer sOZE

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Re: scheduled task job (access denied)

Maybe "Logon Locally" and, of course, permissions to run the Backup App

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> windows server 2003 r2 sp2
>
> I created a domain acocunt called domain\username and added that
> account to the "log on as batch" and "log on as service" and "backup
> files and directories" in local security policy.
>
> When the job runs the log shows access denied. To clarify I set the
> job to run with the account I created and with the correct password
> which I also validated.
>
> I notice the job will only run if I add the above account to the
> adminsitrator group and I do not want to do that.
>
> What other priviliges are needed for a scheduled task job to run
> without adding it to the administrator group?
>
> Any help is grealty appreciated thank you.
 
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pedro28@gmail.com

Guest
Re: scheduled task job (access denied)

On Oct 31, 9:07 am, "KayZer sOZE" <K...@THESUSPECTS.COM> wrote:
> Maybe "Logon Locally" and, of course, permissions to run the Backup App
>
> <pedr...@gmail.com> escreveu na mensagemnews:0c255321-27e7-49bc-b6f9-c1ceb07b4d5b@b2g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
> > windows server 2003 r2 sp2

>
> > I created a domain acocunt called domain\username and added that
> > account to the "log on as batch" and "log on as service" and "backup
> > files and directories" in local security policy.

>
> > When the job runs the log shows access denied. To clarify I set the
> > job to run with the account I created and with the correct password
> > which I also validated.

>
> > I notice the job will only run if I add the above account to the
> > adminsitrator group and I do not want to do that.

>
> > What other priviliges are needed for a scheduled task job to run
> > without adding it to the administrator group?

>
> > Any help is grealty appreciated thank you.- Hide quoted text -

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> - Show quoted text -


nope. does anyone know "offically" what privs are needed.
 

AlbinaHHunino

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So i created a script to read the logs and export all IPs that have a temporary ban put on them from all these people try a password over and over again. I would then like to add them to my access rule to deny them them access via a command line. is there a way to do this?